I came out of an F150 for my 2019 AT4. Trust me, the issues dont stop with the unveiling of a new model. Every model year has issues. Ford had been working on door locks that would freeze and either not latch correctly or open for the past few years. Just to name one. I think quality in general, over all makes, has gone backwards but thats just my opinion. Still happy with my new truck though.
88junior replied to Opiedeegs's topic in 2019 Silverado & Sierra TroubleshootingMy AT4 has just over 300 miles on it and just started having issues with the front parking sensors yesterday. Today though, I got the trailer and rear cross traffic alert a few times while on the highway. I guess Ill call the dealer tomorrow and see if they know anything. For what its worth, I came from a Ford and never had any issues with my rear connection. The only time the parking sensors went off is if they were covered in snow or ice.
I just did the update a while ago myself. Pushed "accept", shut the truck off and went inside. Checked later and everything was fine. I was hesitant at first but it turned out fine.
I checked every bolt I could reach yesterday. All were tight yet my truck still clunks somewhere in the rear end. Ill take it back in for a third time to see if the dealer can fix it. If not, I guess Im going truck shopping. I love this truck but I cant stand noises, especially when I cant pin point where its coming from and get it corrected.
The grease was applied to the pads at the end of each leaf. You can see the grease so I know they did it. However, after initially being "fixed", the noise is back. Not happy. Now i get to find even more time to waste taking my truck back to the dealership to repair.....again.
I just had my 15 Denali in for this today. They greased the pads and made sure everything was tight. The noise is gone for now and I hope it stays gone. I certainly hope that I dont have to do this everytime I have an oil change. Ive owned a lot of different trucks and never had to grease leaf spring pads.
I hear a noise from my springs only when I get in or out of my truck. Its loud enough that my wife and kids can hear it. Took the truck in for its first oil change a couple of weeks ago and mentioned it. Service manager said they found a TSB for re-torquing all of the suspension bolts. I was hoping that would fix the problem. Nope. I crawled under the rear end and I think its coming from the rear leaf spring bolts. It goes back tomorrow because its driving me crazy. Hopefully they get it taken care of this time.
I am a state certified car seat installer/inspector. I can tell you from experience, both professionally and from installing seats for my own children, there is absolutely no difference between the cheapest seat and the most expensive. All seats are required to pass strict testing from NHTSA and if installed correctly, perform the same. However, most problems arise when people dont follow installation instructions from both the car seat as well as vehicle manufacturer. However, I do recomment taking the seat as well as the child to a dealership and putting them in the vehicle for a test fit. Remember, if you do this, make sure to install the seat as you would once you buy the truck and dont just sit it in there. Having said all that, I too spared no expense when buying seats for my children. But I had all the room I needed going in so that wasnt an issue.
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